Empiricism is a concept stating that what comes from our senses is the knowledge source (s). For example hearing, sight. John Locke founded it
Plain empiricism refers to experiments related experience (Eskridge Jr, W. N. (1999). It’s a concept that states that knowledge only comes from tests considered to be sensory, for example, five senses. Empiricism argues that the physical phenomenon or what we observe is what drives all the knowledge.
Skeptical empiricism refers to an individual’s indecision towards something’s veracity or authenticity (Meyers, R. G. (2014). On the other hand, it’s a pragmatism study without long span outcome. Searching but not finding is what is meant by the implication.
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